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The battery was starting to die and the seats weren’t really comfortable,” he said.
“So I bought a Honda Civic and bought a new seat.
I bought this seat in a Honda dealership because it’s cheaper than buying new.
I got it for $60, which was cheaper than a Honda Accord.”
When it came time to buy the car, he said, he was shocked to find it had only a few spare parts left over.
“I had to go to Honda, get the battery and the seat, which were a bit of a pain, but I got everything I needed for the car.”
The Fit is a Honda model with a battery that can last for up to 200 kilometres (124 miles) on a single charge.
“The Fit battery is a big battery.
You can run it for two hours, so it’s an incredible battery.
If you take it to a petrol station you can get it for as little as $3,” Mr McConaghy said.
The Honda Fit has a range of up to 210 kilometres on a charge and a maximum speed of 60km/h (37mph).
“The Fit uses a hybrid electric motor that uses electricity generated by the battery to propel the vehicle.
It can be plugged into a charger and then recharge in 10 minutes.
It’s very quiet, but it’s also quite a powerful electric car,” Mr McMorris said.
It has a top speed of around 60kmh (34mph) and a top-end torque of 220kg (370lb).
It is available in three different colours, including silver, black and red.
“The red version of the Fit is the most expensive of the three.
It will set you back $30,000 and it’s a bit more expensive than a lot of other sports cars.
But I’m really glad I bought the red one,” Mr McLoughlin said.”
It’s just so much more fun.
The red one is also one of my favourite colours.
It reminds me of a classic McLaren P1 and I just love that.”
When the time comes for the Honda Fit to be driven, Mr McConnahy said he would take the car on the road and drive it with the seats folded down.
“It’s so good, I’d definitely take it on the street and have it driven by me.
I’ll just roll down the window and drive.”
For more information on the Honda Accord, visit Honda.com